This collection represents all of the Boxwoods Siebenthaler’s offers
One of the most popular plants in the Midwest is, without a doubt, the beloved Boxwood. Homeowners are generally big fans of Boxwoods—and for good reason. They’re an incredibly hardy and compact plant that can perform well in a large variety of landscapes.
While Boxwoods are so appreciated for being easy, that’s not to say that they’re 100-percent foolproof. Like other plants, things can go wrong. If your boxwood is turning brown in its center or your boxwood leaves are turning yellow—or it’s experiencing some other problem. Read Here…Other Boxwood Issues. Most of the issues we’re seeing were triggered by a bad winter for boxwood and in most cases we think planting boxwood is still a good idea